timeless etiquette skills

Etiquette skills are timeless, whether in business or social settings. No doubt you’ve heard these three words refresh, re-set and renew multiple times since the New Year began. So, let me share some ways you can apply those 3 words to your social and business etiquette skills. Why? Because a little self-assessment is always a… Read More


6 musts for a thank-you note

You know those holiday gifts you received? Well, quick…dig through your stationery drawer and grab some thank you notes. It’s not too late. Here are 6 musts for a perfect thank-you note. It will make your recipients’ day and put a smile on their face to find your handwritten note in their mailbox. To begin… Read More


how to write a thank you note

I’ve had two requests recently on how to write a thank-you note. Mind you, these requests are from professional adults! So, it seems this is a great time to review some quick tips on how to write the perfect little thank-you note. The holidays have come and gone. And likely you received a few gifts… Read More


‘Tis the season for holiday dinner parties! Which means it’s time to brush up on your holiday dinner party etiquette. Whether the party is in the home of your boss,  friends or neighbors, you will set yourself apart as a gracious and thoughtful guest, if you follow these holiday dinner party etiquette tips. Here are… Read More


6 Tips Office Holiday Party | Party Etiquette | Etiquette & Protocol Training

Office holiday parties can be fun, but they can also be more dangerous than an icy sidewalk. The relaxed atmosphere and often-unlimited spirits can lead to anything from embarrassing slip-ups to career-compromising blunders. With this in mind, it’s important to brush up on your manners and use your best behavior at these company-sponsored events. You… Read More


Cut Wedding Guest Expenses

Attending a wedding this spring or summer? Wedding etiquette is not just for the bride and groom. Often wedding guests are not aware of the dos and don’ts of being a stellar guest. There’s the obvious: turn off your phone and don’t drink too much, but there are other ways to be a polite guest,… Read More